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Club Focus: Q&A with CEO and President of Rose Record Label

Belinda Ligotino ’20, a music industry major, was the first junior to get elected CEO and president of the Rose Record Label. It’s a demanding job, but Ligotino is up for the challenge. As president, she runs board meetings, manages the artists, and ensures the label is on top of its game. Ligotino’s goal as this year’s president is to elevate…

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Cybersecurity 101, Part 5: Assume You’re Not Safe. Proceed from There

  Our cybersecurity experts share tips for good electronic hygiene. In this installment: best practices for hardware and browser management, Wi-Fi, and safety with cellphones and email. The cybersecurity experts Dr. Zumrut Akcam, assistant professor of computer science Dr. Kimberly Cornell, assistant professor of computer science Dr. Mark Gilder, assistant professor of computer science Dr. Ian MacDonald, professor of computer…

Getting a Visa for College: My Long Journey to Graduate School

By Ridina Shakya G’19 Growing up in Kathmandu, Nepal, Ridina Shakya G’19 was interested in analyzing business activities. She traveled halfway around the world in 2017, ready to start her MBA in the United States. She was successfully admitted into the Huether School of Business with scholarships, but found that she faced an arduous journey of another type: waiting for…

How to Choose an Art and Design Program: 7 Things to Ask

Choosing a college for art and design can be an overwhelming process, but there are certain questions every art major should ask before they enroll in a graphic design or studio art program. Is the institution accredited by the National Association of Schools in Art and Design, the only accrediting body for art departments? Accreditation allows college programs to continue…

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Trees at Saint Rose Earn National Honors

One of the stars of the Saint Rose campus was ailing, and Brian Wimble was concerned. “It’s an ash, and susceptible to emerald ash borer,” Wimble, the College’s grounds manager, said recently, surveying the huge tree in the center of campus that draws students into its shade every spring and summer and finds itself draped in toilet paper every Halloween.…